DVDs & Blu-rays
Guide to the best places to buy DVDs and videos on line
Looking to buy Blu-ray discs or DVDs online? Here you'll find your favourite High Street entertainment chains, as well as some very reputable Internet video and DVD shops.
Amazon is just as good at selling DVDs and blu-rays on-line as they are at selling books. Their online experience pays off, and the customer service is excellent with fast delivery. Their site is easy to use and also includes customer reviews.
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With free delivery and savings of up to 75% on some DVD titles and 60% on blu-ray films, Asda is also a good destination for buying DVDs and blu-rays. They may not be the cheapest on all the latest releases, but when you look in their offers section, there're certainly some good bargains to be had.
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Base offer a range of top DVD and Blu-Ray titles online as well. Prices again are fairly cheap with - most DVDs £12.99 or less and Blu-Ray's £15.79 or less (including free delivery). You will find all the latest chart DVDs (UK region 2) and BluRays covering all genres from comedy, family and children's to thriller, drama and science fiction. Good destination too you are looking to buy cheap box-set DVDs or titles not on release here yet.
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At the BBC Shop you can find over 4,000 BBC products online. You can for example buy the 'Walking with Beasts' documentary on DVD or 'Dad's Army: The very best of ...'.
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The Disney store is a great place to buy children's DVDs and Blu-rays. They've got the entire range of Disney, Winnie the Pooh, Baby Einstein and classic back catalogue titles ... and, they often run special promotions such buy one get one free on Walt Disney cartoons.
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LoveFilm, the popular DVD rental retailer, now also sells new DVDs and blu-rays online, as well as ex-rental DVDs from £2.99. Their choice is great, with competitive prices and free delivery on your orders. And if you prefer to rent, prices start from as little as £3.91 per month and you can test their rental service with their free 14 day trial as well.
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Play.com have grown into one of the biggest online brands by consistently offering some of the cheapest prices, with free delivery and great service. You'll find all the latest Blu-ray and DVD releases as well as a massive choice of bargains and cheap box sets.
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Tesco's wide range of online products also includes DVDs and blu-rays. The selection is probably not as large as at some of the specialist video & DVD stores, though there's certainly enough choice and prices are very competitive.
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The Hut is an exciting entertainment site bringing you DVDs from as low as £4.73 and blu-ray under £10, all with FREE delivery. They also stock a very good Disney selection for the kids.
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At WH Smith you can also buy DVDs, Blu-ray and HD-DVD discs online. Prices are competitive and it's certainly worthwhile to check out their enticing 'Special Offers'. You can also browse their shop for titles by genre and by 'What's Hot'.
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Wow HD mainly sells DVDs and blu-rays, and as such, they do this very well and have a very large selection. Current deals include DVDs from £2.89 and Blu-ray from £9.49.
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At Zavvi, the High Street entertainment chain and new name for Virgin MegaStore, you can buy blu-rays and DVDs online with free and fast delivery. It's worth checking out their competitively priced MegaDeals, which change each week. As well as products the site features reviews, videos of in-store appearances and details of forthcoming in-store star appearances.
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